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Bacteria and fungi
They can look like: Cocci (globes) Rod Vibrio Corkscrew Spirochete Hypha & Stalk
First observers of bacteria Louis Pasteur Robert Koch Paul Ehrlich
Tetanus After some weeks - syptoms –headache –can‘t move mouth –muscle cramps death Inoculation (injection)
Alcoholic fermentation Microorganisms turn sugar into alcohol wine out of grape must
Preservation of food Drying Freezing Smoking Salting Packing in vacuum Acidifying Irradiation Solidifying
Packing in vacuum
Food Preservation. Products of food Industry are consumed by human beings Foods are living systems.
Food Preservation Chapter 27. Food Spoilage Biological Changes Fermentation: The conversion of carbohydrates to carbon dioxide and alcohol by yeast or.
Useful Microbes Microbes can be beneficial to us?!?
The Microbial World Kathy Huschle Northland Community and Technical College.
BACTERIA SIMPLE ONE-CELLED ANIMAL. COCCI ROUND OR SPHERICAL IN SHAPE.
Bacteria Our invisible friends. Bacteria are prokaryotes Pro – before Karyon – nucleus The simplest forms of life are prokaryotes. Earths first cells.
B4 e-h Pig. What’s wrong with this food chain? Arrows pointing wrong way.
N-6 Cellular Respiration How do we get energy from food?
Introduction to microbiology. Classification and nomenclature of microorganisms
Launched: 31st May 1911 Total Lost: 1,502 (68%) Passengers Lost: 818 (62%) Crew Lost: 684 (77%) TITANIC.
Bacteria and Protists Ms. Dunn Forestbrook Middle Academic Standard Compare the body shapes of bacteria (spiral, coccus, and bacillus) and the body.
7.1 Sunlight powers life. I. Obtaining Food A.Autotrophs are organisms that obtain their energy through the process of photosynthesis such as green plants.
Microorganisms Microbes too small to be seen with the naked eye aggregations or colonies can be seen without the aid of a microscope.
Food Science and Biotechnology Biotechnology II. COMPETENCY: Examine techniques and biological processes in food science related to biotechnology.
Culturing Microbes. Learning intention To describe the main factors that are required to culture microbes.
Option F: Microbes and Biotechnology F.4 Microbes and Food Production.
Cling film By Madison and Daniel. Cling film is a single-use product that can't be recycled and doesnt decompose in landfill. It is the same with other.
Kinetic Energy and Phase Changes. Diffusion Diffusion is the process by which molecules will move randomly in order to fill the space that they are in.
Aim: How do pathogens infect plants and animals? 5.2b Viruses, bacteria, fungi and other parasites may infect plants and animals and interfere with normal.
Bacteria: Classification and Structure. What are the 6 Kingdoms? Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals.
Animal Diseases. Disease Broad definition – not being at ease or uncomfortable Producers have a vested interest to keep their animals healthy.
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Chapter 5.
Origins of Life Early Idea: Spontaneous Generation –The idea that non-living material can produce life Life magically appears! –Examples Meat produces.
Bacterial Cells 1.How is bacteria a part of recycling and biodegrading? It breaks down organic material for plant roots to use 2.Draw the basic appearance.
Notes E 1.1 The cell is the basic unit of living things.
Cells. All living things are made up of cells Cells are the building blocks of life Organization Organ Systems Organs Tissues Cells Tissues are made of.
First the apple goes in your mouth, then it is chewed into tiny pieces mixed with saliva(spit).
1 FOOD PRESERVATION 1121 Steven C Seideman Extension Food Processing Specialist Cooperative Extension Service University of Arkansas.
Structures and Functions. Cells work together to form tissues. Tissues work together to form organs. Organs work together to form organ systems.
The Microbial Universe! Part 1 Angelica Carter. What are microbes and where can you find them? Do you know?
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